With summer on its way, there are many places in the greater Seattle area where individuals can ride a horse on a woodland trail.
The greater Seattle area is filled with great places to find budget-minded fitness classes, make new friends and accomplish fitness goals.
Whether traveling to Asia or trekking through Patagonia, the Seattle area has the specialized travel agent for you.
Obstacles of water, mud, wood, fire and barbed wire create the challenging competitions for adventure-seeking participants in the greater Seattle area.
April brings tulips to the Skagit Delta and creates blocks of bright colors from the air. See all of this beauty from high above.
Seattle is home to a variety of youth hostels, which offer private rooms or dorm-style accommodations on a budget.
A Seattle fitness professional shares the best local ways to keep your kids active, from sledding in the Cascades to hiking through a city park, taking a dance or gymnastics class, or swimming.
Whether looking for a romantic hideaway or outdoor activities, the greater Seattle area is filled with wonderful places to spend Valentine’s Day or a weekend.
There are several ways to camp in the winter, from a state campground to backcountry in the mountains, and these are the best options.
Face it, no matter how much you love the family, you’re probably going to need an escape during the holidays. Seattle is located near the mountains for a quick ski day or weekend, and close enough to the Pacific Ocean to venture out to watch the winter storms. The Skagit River valley and flats offer many opportunities for birders to see migratory snow geese and bald eagles. The small artist town of La Conner offers art galleries, fine dining and lodging. For short jaunts, the Washington state ferry system has many great routes to ride the ferry, enjoy the scenery and feel the breeze. These are the best holiday escapes near Seattle.